Rising country music artist, Lindsey Bryant, who has captured the attention of some of Nashville’s pre-eminent industry notables, lit up iTunes on Tuesday, August 11 with the release of her first album Lindsey Bryant, breaking the Top 20 in album downloads on the country music chart.
Celebrated at a by-invitation-only viewing event for family, friends and fans held at the Garden Theatre, in Winter Garden, Florida on August 10, 2015, the EP features a collection of five songs inspired by her own life, loves and penchant for enjoying life with enthusiasm and healthy dose of fun. For the album, Lindsey partnered with leading Nashville songwriter and Grammy-winning producer Pete Stewart, who also co-wrote the album’s first single “Get Down & Giddy Up” with Bryant. Other tunes include “Camouflage,” “Name Changer,” “When a Girl Loves a Boy,” and a fun and flirty cover version of the recent pop hit, “Classic”.
Bryant is entering the country music scene with her own brand of country-pop/rock style, as well as an energetic and positive approach that she hopes will resonate with both established country music fans, and the younger set.
“Lindsey is immensely talented vocally and in her story-telling ability as a songwriter. We are excited about her future in country music and that she’s a part of the ASCAP family” said Michael Martin, Vice President, Member Services, ASCAP.